You could have the greatest software on the face of the earth, but if you don’t have buy-in from people who know what they’re doing, the implementation is going to fail, says Wenona Bowen-Palombi, Manager of Healthcare Informatics at Treasure Coast Hospice.
The secret sauce to a successful EHR implementation is ... people.
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